6 Melasma Questions Answered with Dermatologist Dr. Romine

If you’ve ever heard of the “pregnancy mask” you’ve heard of melasma. It’s called a “mask” because it’s distinctive brown or grey-brown patches usually cover the cheeks, nose, forehead and chin. It’s also been called the bane of dermatologist’s existence because it can be very difficult to treat. I have a combination of sunspots, caused by using BABY OIL (yes I’m not lying baby oil) on my face to tan when I was a teenager, and hormonal melasma caused by my pregnancy.

I have met so many women who, like me,  struggle with melasma (pregnant or not) searching for answers to this tricky chronic skin condition. So I thought who better to share her expertise than Dr. Kristine Romine.  She has completely changed my skin since I started going to her.  My spots were so noticeable that I felt uncomfortable without makeup, she gave me the confidence to go out with no makeup and love my skin and I will always be thankful for that. Along with the videos there is a list of ingredients that help treat melasma and a before/after photo of a melasma treatment.

She is an incredible dermatologist and skin surgeon who has years of experience and has even worked with the chemist who created Retin-A and Botox (read our Botox talk here).

Let’s see what Dr. Romine had to say!

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Dealing with Melasma?

Dr. Kristine Romine is passionate about educating and finding treatment to melasma. Below is a before/after photo of a real patient of Dr. Romine’s after a Perfector Plus Peel (which she created ingredient by ingredient).

P.S. she’s offering a FREE melasma treatment consultation to one reader. Head to my Instagram on how to win!

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Skincare Ingredients to Help Get Rid of Melasma:

  • Tretinonin
  • Hydraquinone
  • Azelaic Acid *can be used in pregnancy
  • Sunscreen *zinc oxide or titanium dixoide
  • Asorbic Acid (vitamin c)

Watch the Entire Melasma Video

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